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CRT monitor antiglare wire disconnected

Posted on 2006-06-28
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I use a 3M BF20XL antiglare for my 19in. CRT monitor.  The wire that connects from the antiglare to ground is disconnected at the antiglare.  Would like to know where on the antiglare the wire should be connected.
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Thanks, connected ground wire to opening at bottom left conner (facing monitor) of 3M antiglare.  Heat and discomfort from monitor now gone.  Thanks a lot.
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Sorry, that should be   '.....at bottom left corner......'
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Glad to help
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